7 Tips for Choosing a Payroll Service

Every business, no matter how small, needs to process payroll, and deciding how you want to manage payroll is an important step. While some small business owners prefer to do their own payroll in-house, there are many benefits to using a payroll service. With so many options to choose from, however, finding the right one(…)

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Outsourcing often helps business owners

“My business is growing and I’m working 80 hours a week but I’m hesitant to hire more employees in case business slows down. Any suggestions?” Congratulations on your growth. Your concern about hiring is shared by many. There are a couple alternatives to consider. Hiring people who can perform multiple functions is one choice. An(…)

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Why It’s A ‘Glorious Time’ To Be In HR

Last month employers in the U.S. added 288,000 jobs. It marked the best five month stretch of job creation since 2008 and the U.S. economy has now officially recovered from the job losses of the last great recession. Of course this is great news for everyone. But there’s one tech industry in particular that particularly(…)

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15 Time-and-Attendance Systems for Small Businesses

Keeping track of the time your employees work can be harder than you think. While it might seem like all you need to do is write down how many hours your employees work each day, proper record-keeping requires much more. In addition to logging workers’ hours each day, businesses need to account for vacation days, sick(…)

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Integration With Human Resources Aids Payroll Administration

Driven by the demands of the Affordable Care Act (Pub. L. 111-148) and the increased use by employers of private health exchanges, some benefits experts predict a greater reliance on the use of human resources technologies by payroll departments to aid implementation of the law. “The best platforms will enable an organization to integrate the(…)

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5 Things You Can Outsource to Grow Your Business

Maybe you’ve got mixed feelings about outsourcing. As a business owner, you realize two things. One, in America outsourcing is still a dirty word. Two, it’s also critical to modern business. Regardless of how you feel about it, outsourcing is here to stay. More important, it isn’t all doom and gloom. In fact, outsourcing may(…)

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Paychex Expands Its Software-As-A-Service Based Solutions By Acquiring Nettime

Paychex, a leading payroll and HR service provider in the U.S., recently acquired nettime solutions, a cloud-based time and attendance solutions provider. This acquisition adds to Paychex’s existing Software-As-A-Service (SaaS) solutions portfolio which includes SurePayroll, ExpenseWire and myStaffingPro. Nettime solutions has been offering SaaS based time and attendance solutions since 2008. It has performed well in(…)

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Mountain states again lead nation for small business job gains

For a fourth straight month, the Rocky Mountain states in June topped the nation for small-business job growth over the previous year, according to a monthly report from Colorado’s IHS Inc. and Paychex Inc. Small-business jobs in the mountain states grew by 1.77 percent in June from a year earlier, following May’s 1.41 percent year-over-year increase, April’s 1.75 percent gain(…)

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AbsenceSoft Presents AbsenceTracker – Easy-to-Use FMLA and LOA Management Software

AbsenceSoft  proudly presents AbsenceTracker™, the latest evolution in FMLA and Leave of Absence management software. Designed with the administrator in mind, AbsenceTracker provides companies of all sizes with the tools they need to efficiently, compliantly and cost-effectively manage leaves of absence. AbsenceTracker is a cloud based, secure, mobile friendly leave management system that not only provides compliance(…)

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Staffing company outsources payroll to better manage growth

For many second-stage businesses, growing pains come from having to form a department for the first time. it came from having to get rid of one.Impact, a staffing firm formed in 2002, watched its revenue climb every year since the recession, from $7 million in 2010 to $16.5 million last year. The company this month will(…)

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